Michelle Pfeiffer's captivating performance can't overcome the faults of this bougie comedy.
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Author: Emily Kubincanek
No ghosts or spirits inhabit the haunted house in this once lost Universal horror film. What is still alive is much scarier.
In one of Old Hollywood's only positive depictions of working class, this screwball challenges the negative legacy of workers' protest in movies made during and after the Depression.
Steve McQueen revitalizes what we all miss about house parties and depicts an experience unique to the vibrant West Indian community in London circa 1980.
This existential nonlinear Pre-Code melodrama has remained largely unseen, but the film is just as exciting to watch today as it was in 1933.
Film historian and TCM host Alicia Malone discusses what makes 'Women Make Film' different from other film documentaries and what we can learn from old movies.
Mark Cousins' documentary and TCM's accompanying programming expands the reach of conventional film education to a wider audience with a more diverse slate of movies.
The breakout performance makes for an enthralling, gruesome second season of the TNT crime drama.
In this interview, filmmaker Liz Garbus discusses the making of her hit docuseries I'll Be Gone in the Dark and the state of the true crime genre.
Looking at the Hays Code and beyond, we learn from the past to understand the debate about censorship today.